How to Handle Layoffs Involving Nonimmigrant Visa Employees

Nonimmigrant visa layoffsEmployers and nonimmigrant visa employees working at a company facing layoffs must be aware of applicable rules and available visa options in the event that employment ends.

Immigration Attorney Shelley Starzyk provides a quick rundown of what to do in the face of a layoff of a nonimmigrant visa employee. Options may include case-specific strategies involving:

  • 60-day grace period
  • Portability to a new employer
  • Changing status
  • Departing USA

Read the article, Nonimmigrant Visa Employee Options Available in the Event of a Layoff, on the Parker Gallini website to learn more about the impact and obligations for employers and employees following layoffs. 

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